How to Increase or Decrease Friction?


To increase friction, you can make the surface of at least one object rougher. You can make one object heavier so that gravity causes a increase in friction. To decrease friction, you can make surfaces smoother or add lubrication
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It is when the surface areas in contact increase or decrease. With increased surface areas in contact, friction increases.
1. Identify the sources of conflict. Many coaches assume the source of team friction will be obvious; however, there may be many underlying areas of conflict that are not obvious
A body is placed on a rough inclined plane.
Friction is caused by two surfaces making contact. If gravity is the force causing the contact, that force is greatest at zero angle because all of the weight is directed to push
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